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Page t0-The Journal Opinion-January 14, 1981 .Hunger appeal funds raised ( , Thoughts on the mWellsRiverCROPwalk I 00/00ut.of.Door ]980 CROP Walk raised near, ly Appeal. with 61 sponsored No I i " " ,, . . t -. . ..... . ..... nd John J. Zampmrl of alkels attempting the etght- S. t{vegate, who won re. -_ WEI,LS RIVER-The recent $1.400 for the World tiunger Governor's tW TIlE MOIIi mile trek in the Wells River- election as state represen- Woodsvillenrea. tative for the Towns of Groton, Kehoe reappointed eCOMPONENT STEREO -CAR STEREO Coordinators of the event RyegaWandNewbury. Environmental Conservation Secretary Brendan Whir- The TV Guy were Joan Kelso and Barbara Registration began at 1:15 taker announced this past week that Governor Snelling had l)avidson, p.m. at the Wells River returned Commissioner Kehoe to his job for another two year Participants in the Walk Congregational Church with QUALITY PRODUCTSgSERVICE ranged from residents of the Kathy IJndsey and JanetPark term.  ROA Rumors abounded and persons and groups on both sides of Connecticut River Valley as r( gist rars. A 15-minute the question marshalled forces as the word spread that from the towns of Mclndoe assembly inside the Church Kehoe would not be reappointed. Tempers flared and things * Falls to Newbury in Vermont folh)wed with a prayer given and Mom'oe to ltaverhill in New tlampshire, ahmg with visiting friends and relatives. Recruiters were Bruce Anderson of N. Haverhill, Agnes Bailey of Wells River; Barl)ara Davidson of N. tlaverhill, Marke Englert of Bath, Mr. and Mrs. John Joslin of llaverhill, Joan Kelso of Monroe, Hey. Mel Ludwig of Mclndoe Falls, Sylvia Patten of Woodsville, Linda Rutledge of Ryegate, Mr. and Mrs. John Webster of Newbury. and Marion Zambon of Groton. by Rev. Arthur Cheney to send the walkers on their way. Checkers at various check- points along the route were Bill Lindsey at the Woodsville Methodist Church, John Webster of Family Medicine Clinic. Rev. Mel Ludwig of Collage itospital, Pat Davis of Barge Inn. Jim l)avidson drove the route for a constant watch for those who couldn't complete the entire walk for one reason or another. Agnes Bailey and Charlotte Symes served cider were said and done that will cause hard feelings in the future among people who should be working together. 1 am very glad that Kehoe has been reappointed to the very important post. He and the department are in the middle of too many important projects to have a change in the leadership, l have had the pleasure of working with Kehoe the past four years and have found him to be a very able administrator who keeps the self supporting department in the black and out of the taxpayer's pockets. His tenure as the longest serving commissioner is testimony to his ability. He was first appointed in 1965 by governor Hoff and reappointed every two years by governors Hoff, Davis, Salmon and Shelling Legislature to get fish and game bills The Vermont Legislature is now back in session and Stub -- Earle is again the chairman of the House Fish and Game N Rte. 302 Woodsville, N.H. -- 747-2233 eANTENNA SUPPLIES & INSTALLATION I Man Pre 64 GUNS Bought  Appr747. and Sold and .,," " for Estao Serviced  Insurplac )' KEN GREE, 'iilrl! / call 603 787-6331 So. Main St. No. Haverhill N.H. CORERS GUN SHOP C, uns Ammo Scopes }rmal lrapt,in q Supplies Archery Supplies  ga M,//Io Loading Supplies )Ove ,[! l I',,^,Ar,r. Cloy Pigeons, We also carry Fishing Tackle PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, VL 2224661 Complete Appliance & IV Repair Service tmrm after the goal was reached. A Committee. His committee will be one short this yea," as the  Litfleton, NH CROP came into existence donation from the area's newly created Energy Committee robbed him of a member. 25-[t x l-Inch in 1',t47 and is the Community Cohase POWER TAPE RULE Lions Club was Many bills affecting sportsmen will be introduced and l ,[e]i-'l-! *$"'i"Jl]e[dJI:]d"tJ!l]| - H'unger Appeal f Church received twards the pur" will attempt t repr' their status as l beeme aware' [ 1 IHAW ! rositive toggle locks orld Service. Its funds are epoxy-coated "write-on" distributed to domestic and chase of the cider, Presently four bills are in the hopper that will be of interest. "  t blade in place to let you l)reign c(Inmuniti s under Treasurer Agnes Bailey The minimum flow bill is back again and will be hotly measure longer distances tight categories, namely: reported a total of $1.399.68  i which was remitted to CROP debated as is a bill on endangered species and one on preservation of wetlands. A new bill this year that is eertain i p|{NEE[ HOMlrL|Tig. i j {  ! single-handedly.QUANTiTIES LIMITEDMMP4425 emergencies,ttchnlgy" familyeducatin'life and tteadquarters in Elkhart, Ind. to arouse controversy is one that would limit hunters to one po(pulation, food-refugees The walker bringing the deer bY any means, This would make a lot of archers | largest amount of money was unhappy as they could not hunt in the rifle season if they bad Husqvarna McCULUDCH f"...//!= Mb, "v'u'n i :e ds and technical con- Roberta Tanner of Mclndoe been successful with their bow. It would also raise havoc with l'alls with a ttal f $153"35  BOBg$' 649"1125 ! ,-/A;WW :; LL st::i!:s -in (::O l'p r gndSm sar e I the antlerless/season and the deer management program. and 78 sponsors. I Norwich Yt  well as in providing extra Ice fishermen out ___=___ Rradfnrd V support for ongoing activities. ................ BUY II IU TRADE ! -:=,-,,.u,:t, ] The walk was led by The reeord eold weather in the past weeks has been a boon to that hardy breed known as ice fishermen, lee has formed ZZ/'3t3Z/ ] H.ay,nond S. Burton of Bath, Ten laid off . SELL U U 111 . io ,, iiiilll/l who was'a candidate for by Groton firm could start sooner.earlier than usual on most waters and thus the fishermen 1 SMALl. 00OTOR$ Patten's Sport,ng Goods' ;i: " , , The most sought after species are the perch and smelt, 'CHAIN SAwCE 'ctIcut Valley r////,/.,fJ"/',ll,rl i K No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel. 787-6964 ar ' "  NTER of the C0nne : A Comp Line of  (;I{()TON--Two thirds of the both of which are found throughout Vermont and New employment force at Vt. Hampshire and are fine table fare. OCorpefin 9 ugs  Tables and Handicraft Inc. In the Granite State the season for trout in listed lakes SALES-SERVICE-PARTS to. 4z were laid off indefinitely due opened January 1. Vermontersr must wait until the third hll/Ph hPl|e st,,,tR .50o Drapes oWindowShades  to lack of sales and the Saturday of January wbich is tbe lTth this year. J0nsereds-StihI-Partner-Husqvarna.Ech0.01ympic I KIVLK I$1"ND SHOP 00st,, Furn"re Cstm Pi'ure Frm"g *l/ ecnmy' accrding t Byrn A recent add"in t winter entertainment is abe fishing i t...Sk , ;;*t, ,.i (r  'e' l"omlinson a co-owner of the derby and many have become huge affairs. I will announce X Courl jl factory. " "tab142 them as I receive the information so that you can plan. S kid d e r C h aJn s & Ca b l e Bedding Eureka Voccum Cleaners & Robush & Lafont Log Splitters Sco Lamp s Supplies /','::i:('] Ten'peoplewill beoutofa The Great Winnipesaukee Fishing Derby with ,15,000 in I i=U113 A/ job at the factory for at least prizes is set for February 21and 22. There will be more on Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse. Gilson.Hahn ;-:: .... FURNr[rLRE i two nmnths. Tomlinson said that one later. The biggest in Vermont is held on C?hamplain " ear r ,4N[) ARpE thatVt. Tables and Handicraft at Benson and another favorite is up north on Lake Mem- We sefi{'e all smJJJ eifl dot not intend to go out of phremagog. MmS,.erI, od. Vt.I4;.S.SA business but he added that __ furniture production has Hunters pursue game ' ceased until new orders come To many the only hunter is the deer hunter, but though he .  I1( mmmam in. Hesaid there is not a outnumbers all other kinds the deer hunter is not the only one  :'It New demand to produce furniture after game. While many are sitting beside a warm fire, location at this time. hundreds of avid outdoorsmen are slogging through the snow Airport Road , Tomli.stm. said .the,.,. e.m- listening to the hounds chase rabbits. The Vermont season " . p,o, ces ,,,a, w,,,',,a,(, o,, ,,re for rabb,, and hare is ........... ,,,. .................. . NEWTON EQUIPMEN T " , , , V/Jt-ll UIl|tll IYIdICll (I IYP' tlamrnlre m t ,..... v. u ,, 'IIIIHI tt 24 nllw ra(lius of {he ,, ....... .,0 ,.., , .... .,,_.,  ' .... ,--  ... ,,,vw, tuH wOOd @&- r.., ..... * oV,,t,,tt tttt [WU With tile season tor runoits ending n I: -.x ," ' "/'-- I,IL'[UI'}' " , o O__ .%. . . . 4 . " "1' , , . February I and for hare on March 15 , Mare St. Falrlee, VI. 05045 L$ n om!ng a soht after ecies as its  (802)333-9590 opposite Post Office ( ass eloe. Less you tfi'|[]'a cinch, let me Side of I RIC ;0 tile I For all your insurance and  winter quilt .... sel you straighl I have tried a few limes this winter with no  " Ke ...... k',( .... -, ..... " corduroy i l " . h,cl. Sitting motionless in a blind this time of year is mighb, Wentworth cold. a,o,,:, ,. harrison  ! Mift s , ], ,. o Both states bave noclosed seasons on the taking ofcoyotes DonP,,,., . " , i - ' ' a,nSt. E solater trains by hunting as they are considered an undesireable species by -.--,. "--'a many. . ,-i. ,., |n zlA[t The other game that is hunted, this time of year is the WENTWORTH-.Spec. 4 bobcat. Vermat has a sixteen day season running January Stephen C. Wright, son of Mr, 24 through February 8. The- New Hampshire season is ttm ,,,,T i, .. ,,,, ,,m m, --. , m, .- .--. ,m ,m --. ... and Mrs. Theodore Wright of presently open, but is by permit only and will be closed when ,|ore IUt Patterns Wentworth, NJt., has cam-sixty cats are taken, All permits were issued in December so  =t I.M. Lc13dCc.])irlg  .____. Tues..Thurs. k  h.,ade,'shippleted an courscArmy primarYat Ft. if vou don't have one you are out of ,uck.. ] -S" '': BOX143. PlERMOI"T NH 03779 10-5:30  Richar(!son, Alaska. Upper Valley Fish and Game Club [ " " " 4':" "r + ' L Fri. 10-8 - - ....... Stud(nts received lrt!ztl]g There will be a meeting of the Upper Valley Fish and Game -l.i;-Kx::;: ,  ProJ('slonal Landstape Design & Work [=NTE m'mm !n, s,upervlsor3 ' SKIllS: Club on Wednesday, January 21 at 7:30 at the American Dave Kenyon, Jr. ' ill = .Gaens'I'603"272"5S64"awns'Plantmgs'Prun smart un, t tram, ng tecnn,ques their Annual Meeting to be held in February. The Annual MA$ONRARP|NTR 411" i JIM MUS Y MAR ' i snoptSential"'t aor omce envwonment.Supervisr ina beSprtsmenon the agendaShw to be staged on Sunday, March 15 will also Free Estimlrl'e$ ,,h,", [ ==. R .=.- m===" "" ==. =-.--,=,.== ="=, i Call 439.6204  STEREoGRAsYsTEMD Regmtration" " underway for wallsFireplaceS'and heorths.chimneys'Bradf0rd' Vt.block foundations,, ''brick  smmj !["-- I Stonework decks, re-modeling and painting.  S " e Co ege .. . "Where-- Peo,le Core courses at ,, banon II WANDA R[ST LEBANON-Lebanon College Bradford at the Village Store Izebanon ttigh School from  Professional Services, Home- Cooked Me# will be opening its 24th year of and Gould's in Piermont. or (;:30-7:15 p.m. the opening classes Feb. 9. Enrollment by wriling Lebanon College, week of classes providod there CLOUGH Senior Citizen Apartments can be done by mail or by obtaining catalogs at a number of outlets in the Upper Valley area including in Lebanon at Currier & Co. or the Lebanon College office: in ltan0ver at the Dartmouth Bookstore: in Lyme at NichoVs Hardware: in White River Junction at Corner Drugs; in W. Lebanon at the Red Cross Pharmacy; in BOX 481. Lebanon. N.H. 03766. To enroll in persbn, College officials will be present at Currier & Co. in Lebanon Jan. 9-10. Jan. 23-24. and Feb. 6-7 during store hours: at the l)artmouth Bookstore Jan. 16- 17. Jan. 30-31 : or from 9 a.m.-4 pm.. Monday-Friday at the Lebanon College Office, Room 17. Currier Building, Lebanon. Students may also enroll at teonUnued from page I ) ning Commission, The Ver- maul State Division of llistoric Preservation and a foundation. Delaitre will begin by defining the district boun- daries and identifying the hisioric properties to be described Residents may see her walking through the areas taking pictures and notes conlributing to an external description of flese buildings. Interior delails will be in. eluded only in cases of ex- Research begins ceptional interest. In providing a general historical overwew of the town, and the areas within it, Delaitre will research in the Vermont State Historical Sociely Lihrary, the wrilten histories of the villages, and local historical societies. She will conduct interviews with residenls versed in the history and lore of the area. Anyone wishing to contribute ideas may call Miriam Thomas at a02-86fi-5961 or Paul ltinma n at 802-757-2206. Bradford Tire & Auto Service Center SPECIAL FRONT END $9" thru 1.17-8] ALIGNMENT Most American & some foreign cars Route 5 - Lower Plain Bradford, Vermont 05033 Tel. 802-222-9094 Open Mon . Frf. 8. 5 and Sot, 8- 12 We Accept Ma, Charge & Vain are slots open or a class has not been cancelled. ('ours may be taken for credit or non credit. Many employers support job related courses. It is advisable to contact your personnel director. Popular courses are offered 222 4037 each term. less popular ones on an intermittent basis, and other courses are offered as outstanding teachers are available or as needs of in- dividuals and the community require. Lebanon College regards itself as a problem solver, many times anticipating needs. In developing a curriculum, many persons are consulted. Costs at l.banon College are kept low because of the large number of volunteers. the cooperation of the Lebanon School System, and the pool of professors who like to teach adults. Information concerning classes may be had by writing Lebanon College, P.O. Box 48t. Lebanon, NH. 03766 or by phoning (603) 448-2445. POWER VALI,EY TO MEET NEWBURY--Power Valley, ideal chapter of tle Vermont Alliance, will meet Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Newbury Congregalional Church vestry. The topic will be "Over- changing of the Municipal Calling Plan." HOSMER BROS. | Established in 1902 | $ n *.e m "1 Granite & Vermont L marble memorials Cemetery and cleaning Con', und set! ou diploy (802) 584 3601 Bradford,Vt. 802-22Z-SS43 Burnham's Shoe E Kermil . l{iclmrdson Anita S. . (;iibert ('oh, DaleM. Miles' Phyllis Main Street, Ilrmlft, Vermont SON A: I N C O R p O R A GARAGE DOOR Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. D Integreted Stereo System 184090 - AM/FM/ Stereo FM TunerAmplifier... Programmable/Auto- matic Belt-Drive Turntable . . . Cassette Tape Re- corder-Player with Dolby" Noise Reduction System. Shown with Zenith Allegro MC3000 Tuned-Port Speakers. Amplifier Power Output: 15 watts mini- mum continuous RMS power per channel, from 40 to 20.000 Hz into 8 ohms, with 0.5% or leas total harmonic distortion. Spring-loaded, hinged Dust Cover. Simulated wood cabinet with besutlful grained Walnut finish, *Dolby is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories, Itm. Page t0-The Journal Opinion-January 14, 1981 .Hunger appeal funds raised ( , Thoughts on the mWellsRiverCROPwalk I 00/00ut.of.Door ]980 CROP Walk raised near, ly Appeal. with 61 sponsored No I i " " ,, . . t -. . ..... . ..... nd John J. Zampmrl of alkels attempting the etght- S. t{vegate, who won re. -_ WEI,LS RIVER-The recent $1.400 for the World tiunger Governor's tW TIlE MOIIi mile trek in the Wells River- election as state represen- Woodsvillenrea. tative for the Towns of Groton, Kehoe reappointed eCOMPONENT STEREO -CAR STEREO Coordinators of the event RyegaWandNewbury. Environmental Conservation Secretary Brendan Whir- The TV Guy were Joan Kelso and Barbara Registration began at 1:15 taker announced this past week that Governor Snelling had l)avidson, p.m. at the Wells River returned Commissioner Kehoe to his job for another two year Participants in the Walk Congregational Church with QUALITY PRODUCTSgSERVICE ranged from residents of the Kathy IJndsey and JanetPark term.  ROA Rumors abounded and persons and groups on both sides of Connecticut River Valley as r( gist rars. A 15-minute the question marshalled forces as the word spread that from the towns of Mclndoe assembly inside the Church Kehoe would not be reappointed. Tempers flared and things * Falls to Newbury in Vermont folh)wed with a prayer given and Mom'oe to ltaverhill in New tlampshire, ahmg with visiting friends and relatives. Recruiters were Bruce Anderson of N. Haverhill, Agnes Bailey of Wells River; Barl)ara Davidson of N. tlaverhill, Marke Englert of Bath, Mr. and Mrs. John Joslin of llaverhill, Joan Kelso of Monroe, Hey. Mel Ludwig of Mclndoe Falls, Sylvia Patten of Woodsville, Linda Rutledge of Ryegate, Mr. and Mrs. John Webster of Newbury. and Marion Zambon of Groton. by Rev. Arthur Cheney to send the walkers on their way. Checkers at various check- points along the route were Bill Lindsey at the Woodsville Methodist Church, John Webster of Family Medicine Clinic. Rev. Mel Ludwig of Collage itospital, Pat Davis of Ba rge Inn. Jim l)avidson drove the route for a constant watch for those who couldn't complete the entire walk for one reason or another. Agnes Bailey and Charlotte Symes served cider were said and done that will cause hard feelings in the future among people who should be working together. 1 am very glad that Kehoe has been reappointed to the very important post. He and the department are in the middle of too many important projects to have a change in the leadership, l have had the pleasure of working with Kehoe the past four years and have found him to be a very able administrator who keeps the self supporting department in the black and out of the taxpayer's pockets. His tenure as the longest serving commissioner is testimony to his ability. He was first appointed in 1965 by governor Hoff and reappointed every two years by governors Hoff, Davis, Salmon and Shelling Legislature to get fish and game bills The Vermont Legislature is now back in session and Stub -- Earle is again the chairman of the House Fish and Game N Rte. 302 Woodsville, N.H. -- 747-2233 eANTENNA SUPPLIES & INSTALLATION I Man Pre 64 GUNS Bought  Appr747. and Sold and .,," " for Estao Serviced  Insurplac )' KEN GREE, 'iilrl! / call 603 787-6331 So. Main St. No. Haverhill N.H. CORERS GUN SHOP C, uns Ammo Scopes }rmal lrapt,in q Supplies Archery Supplies  ga M,//Io Loading Supplies )Ove ,[! l I',,^,Ar,r. Cloy Pigeons, We also carry Fishing Tackle PERRY'S OIL SERVICE Main St. Bradford, VL 2224661 Complete Appliance & IV Repair Service tmrm after the goal was reached. A Committee. His committee will be one short this yea," as the  Litfleton, NH CROP came into existence donation from the area's newly created Energy Committee robbed him of a member. 25-[t x l-Inch in 1',t47 and is the Community Cohase POWER TAPE RULE Lions Club was Many bills affecting sportsmen will be introduced and l ,[e]i-'l-! *$"'i"Jl]e[dJI:]d"tJ!l]| - H'unger Appeal f Church received twards the pur" will attempt t repr' their status as l beeme aware' [ 1 IHAW ! rositive toggle locks orld Service. Its funds are epoxy-coated "write-on" distributed to domestic and chase of the cider, Presently four bills are in the hopper that will be of interest. "  t blade in place to let you l)reign c(Inmuniti s under Treasurer Agnes Bailey The minimum flow bill is back again and will be hotly measure longer distances tight categories, namely: reported a total of $1.399.68  i which was remitted to CROP debated as is a bill on endangered species and one on preservation of wetlands. A new bill this year that is eertain i p|{NEE[ HOMlrL|Tig. i j {  ! single-handedly.QUANTiTIES LIMITEDMMP4425 emergencies,ttchnlgy" familyeducatin'life and tteadquarters in Elkhart, Ind. to arouse controversy is one that would limit hunters to one po(pulation, food-refugees The walker bringing the deer bY any means, This would make a lot of archers | largest amount of money was unhappy as they could not hunt in the rifle season if they bad Husqvarna McCULUDCH f"...//!= Mb, "v'u'n i :e ds and technical con- Roberta Tanner of Mclndoe been successful with their bow. It would also raise havoc with l'alls with a ttal f $153"35  BOBg$' 649"1125 ! ,-/A;WW :; LL st::i!:s -in (::O l'p r gndSm sar e I the antlerless/season and the deer management program. and 78 sponsors. I Norwich Yt  well as in providing extra Ice fishermen out ___=___ Rradfnrd V support for ongoing activities. ................ BUY II IU TRADE ! -:=,-,,.u,:t, ] The walk was led by The reeord eold weather in the past weeks has been a boon to that hardy breed known as ice fishermen, lee has formed ZZ/'3t3Z/ ] H.ay,nond S. Burton of Bath, Ten laid off . SELL U U 111 . io ,, who was'a candidate for by Groton firm could start sooner.earlier than usual on most waters and thus the fishermen 1 SMALl. 00OTOR$ Patten's Sport,ng Goods' ;i: " , , The most sought after species are the perch and smelt, 'CHAIN SAwCE 'ctIcut Valley r////,/.,fJ"/',ll,rl i K No. Haverhill, N.H. Tel. 787-6964 ar ' "  NTER of the C0nne : A Comp Line of  (;I{()TON--Two thirds of the both of which are found throughout Vermont and New employment force at Vt. Hampshire and are fine table fare. OCorpefin 9 ugs  Tables and Handicraft Inc. In the Granite State the season for trout in listed lakes SALES-SERVICE-PARTS to. 4z were laid off indefinitely due opened January 1. Vermontersr must wait until the third hll/Ph hPl|e st,,,tR .50o Drapes oWindowShades  to lack of sales and the Saturday of January wbich is tbe lTth this year. J0nsereds-StihI-Partner-Husqvarna.Ech0.01ympic I KIVLK I$1"ND SHOP 00st,, Furn"re Cstm Pi'ure Frm"g *l/ ecnmy' accrding t Byrn A recent add"in t winter entertainment is abe fishing i t...Sk , ;;*t, ,.i (r  'e' l"omlinson a co-owner of the derby and many have become huge affairs. I will announce X Courl jl factory. " "tab142 them as I receive the information so that you can plan. S kid d e r C h aJn s & Ca b l e Bedding Eureka Voccum Cleaners & Robush & Lafont Log Splitters Sco Lamp s Supplies /','::i:('] Ten'peoplewill beoutofa The Great Winnipesaukee Fishing Derby with ,15,000 in I i=U113 A/ job at the factory for at least prizes is set for February 21and 22. There will be more on Lawn and Garden Wheel Horse. Gilson.Hahn ;-:: .... FURNr[rLRE i two nmnths. Tomlinson said that one later. The biggest in Vermont is held on C?hamplain " ear r ,4N[) ARpE thatVt. Tables and Handicraft at Benson and another favorite is up north on Lake Mem- We sefi{'e all smJJJ eifl dot not intend to go out of phremagog. MmS,.erI, od. Vt.I4;.S.SA business but he added that __ furniture production has Hunters pursue game ' ceased until new orders come To many the only hunter is the deer hunter, but though he .  I1( mmmam in. Hesaid there is not a outnumbers all other kinds the deer hunter is not the only one  :'It New demand to produce furniture after game. While many are sitting beside a warm fire, location at this time. hundreds of avid outdoorsmen are slogging through the snow Airport Road , Tomli.stm. said .the,.,. e.m- listening to the hounds chase rabbits. The Vermont season " . p,o, ces ,,,a, w,,,',,a,(, o,, ,,re for rabb,, and hare is ........... ,,,. .................. . NEWTON EQUIPMEN T " , , , V/Jt-ll UIl|tll IYIdICll (I IYP' tlamrnlre m t ,..... v. u ,, 'IIIIHI tt 24 nllw ra(lius of {he ,, ....... .,0 ,.., , .... .,,_.,  ' .... ,--  ... ,,,vw, tuH wOOd @&- r.., ..... * oV,,t,,tt tttt [WU With tile season tor runoits ending n I: -.x ," ' "/'-- I,IL'[UI'}' " , o O__ .%. . . . 4 . " "1' , , . February I and for hare on March 15 , Mare St. Falrlee, VI. 05045 L$ n om!ng a soht after ecies as its  (802)333-9590 opposite Post Office ( ass eloe. Less you tfi'|[]'a cinch, let me Side of I RIC ;0 tile I For all your insurance and  winter quilt .... sel you straighl I have tried a few limes this winter with no  " Ke ...... k',( .... -, ..... " corduroy i l " . h,cl. Sitting motionless in a blind this time of year is mighb, Wentworth cold. a,o,,:, ,. harrison  ! Mift s , ], ,. o Both states bave noclosed seasons on the taking ofcoyotes DonP,,,., . " , i - ' ' a,nSt. E solater trains by hunting as they are considered an undesireable species by -.--,. "--'a many. . ,-i. ,., |n zlA[t The other game that is hunted, this time of year is the WENTWORTH-.Spec. 4 bobcat. Vermat has a sixteen day season running January Stephen C. Wright, son of Mr, 24 through February 8. The- New Hampshire season is ttm ,,,,T i, .. ,,,, ,,m m, --. , m, .- .--. ,m ,m --. ... and Mrs. Theodore Wright of presently open, but is by permit only and will be closed when ,|ore IUt Patterns Wentworth, NJt., has cam-sixty cats are taken, All permits were issued in December so  =t I.M. Lc13dCc.])irlg  .____. Tues..Thurs. k  h.,ade,'shippleted an courscArmy primarYat Ft. if vou don't have one you are out of ,uck.. ] -S" '': BOX143. PlERMOI"T NH 03779 10-5:30  Richar(!son, Alaska. Upper Valley Fish and Game Club [ " " " 4':" "r + ' L Fri. 10-8 - - ....... Stud(nts received lrt!ztl]g There will be a meeting of the Upper Valley Fish and Game -l.i;-Kx::;: ,  ProJ('slonal Landstape Design & Work [=NTE m'mm !n, s,upervlsor3 ' SKIllS: Club on Wednesday, January 21 at 7:30 at the American Dave Kenyon, Jr. ' ill = .Gaens'I'603"272"5S64"awns'Plantmgs'Prun smart un, t tram, ng tecnn,ques their Annual Meeting to be held in February. The Annual MA$ONRARP|NTR 411" i JIM MUS Y MAR ' i snoptSential"'t aor omce envwonment.Supervisr ina beSprtsmenon the agendaShw to be staged on Sunday, March 15 will also Free Estimlrl'e$ ,,h,", [ ==. R .=.- m===" "" ==. =-.--,=,.== ="=, i Call 439.6204  STEREoGRAsYsTEMD Regmtration" " underway for wallsFireplaceS'and heorths.chimneys'Bradf0rd' Vt.block foundations,, ''brick  smmj !["-- I Stonework decks, re-modeling and painting.  S " e Co ege .. . "Where-- Peo,le Core courses at ,, banon II WANDA R[ST LEBANON-Lebanon College Bradford at the Village Store Izebanon ttigh School from  Professional Services, Home- Cooked Me# will be opening its 24th year of and Gould's in Piermont. or (;:30-7:15 p.m. the opening classes Feb. 9. Enrollment by wriling Lebanon College, week of classes providod there CLOUGH Senior Citizen Apartments can be done by mail or by obtaining catalogs at a number of outlets in the Upper Valley area including in Lebanon at Currier & Co. or the Lebanon College office: in ltan0ver at the Dartmouth Bookstore: in Lyme at NichoVs Hardware: in White River Junction at Corner Drugs; in W. Lebanon at the Red Cross Pharmacy; in BOX 481. Lebanon. N.H. 03766. To enroll in persbn, College officials will be present at Currier & Co. in Lebanon Jan. 9-10. Jan. 23-24. and Feb. 6-7 during store hours: at the l)artmouth Bookstore Jan. 16- 17. Jan. 30-31 : or from 9 a.m.-4 pm.. Monday-Friday at the Lebanon College Office, Room 17. Currier Building, Lebanon. Students may also enroll at teonUnued from page I ) ning Commission, The Ver- maul State Division of llistoric Preservation and a foundation. Delaitre will begin by defining the district boun- daries and identifying the hisioric properties to be described Residents may see her walking through the areas taking pictures and notes conlributing to an external description of flese buildings. Interior delails will be in. eluded only in cases of ex- Research begins ceptional interest. In providing a general historical overwew of the town, and the areas within it, Delaitre will research in the Vermont State Historical Sociely Lihrary, the wrilten histories of the villages, and local historical societies. She will conduct interviews with residenls versed in the history and lore of the area. Anyone wishing to contribute ideas may call Miriam Thomas at a02-86fi-5961 or Paul ltinma n at 802-757-2206. Bradford Tire & Auto Service Center SPECIAL FRONT END $9" thru 1.17-8] ALIGNMENT Most American & some foreign cars Route 5 - Lower Plain Bradford, Vermont 05033 Tel. 802-222-9094 Open Mon . Frf. 8. 5 and Sot, 8- 12 We Accept Ma, Charge & Vain are slots open or a class has not been cancelled. ('ours may be taken for credit or non credit. Many employers support job related courses. It is advisable to contact your personnel director. Popular courses are offered 222 4037 each term. less popular ones on an intermittent basis, and other courses are offered as outstanding teachers are available or as needs of in- dividuals and the community require. Lebanon College regards itself as a problem solver, many times anticipating needs. In developing a curriculum, many persons are consulted. Costs at l.banon College are kept low because of the large number of volunteers. the cooperation of the Lebanon School System, and the pool of professors who like to teach adults. Information concerning classes m ay be had by writing Lebanon College, P.O. Box 48t. Lebanon, NH. 03766 or by phoning (603) 448-2445. POWER VALI,EY TO MEET NEWBURY--Power Valley, ideal chapter of tle Vermont Alliance, will meet Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Newbury Congregalional Church vestry. The topic will be "Over- changing of the Municipal Calling Plan." HOSMER BROS. | Established in 1902 | $ n *.e m "1 Granite & Vermont L marble memorials Cemetery and cleaning Con', und set! ou diploy (802) 584 3601 Bradford,Vt. 802-22Z-SS43 Burnham's Shoe E Kermil . l{iclmrdson Anita S. . (;iibert ('oh, DaleM. Miles' Phyllis Main Street, Ilrmlft, Vermont SON A: I N C O R p O R A GARAGE DOOR Repairs & Installation A Specialty SWEET SERVICE Bradford, Vt. 05033 Tel. (802) 222-4584 Quality Products Available. D Integreted Stereo System 184090 - AM/FM/ Stereo FM TunerAmplifier... Programmable/Auto- matic Belt-Drive Turntable . . . Cassette Tape Re- corder-Player with Dolby" Noise Reduction System. Shown with Zenith Allegro MC3000 Tuned-Port Speakers. Amplifier Power Output: 15 watts mini- mum continuous RMS power per channel, from 40 to 20.000 Hz into 8 ohms, with 0.5% or leas total harmonic distortion. Spring-loaded, hinged Dust Cover. Simulated wood cabinet with besutlful grained Walnut finish, *Dolby is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories, Itm.